Education in
Emergencies

Education in
Emergencies

Library For All’s offline, off-grid Spark Boxes enable rapid response in times of crisis. With our books and learning tools, disruption to life doesn’t have to mean a halt to learning.

HOW WE WORK

Providing education in emergencies

Safety

Fun and entertaining learning tools give children meaningful ways to spend their time, while engaging their minds.

Connection

Culturally relevant books mean children can maintain connection to their homes no matter how far they have come.

Continuity

Continuing to learn, even when they can’t get to school, is crucial for maintaining momentum in a child’s learning journey. The longer a child stops learning, the less likely they are to get back to school.

CASE STUDY

Patron the Dog by Tanya Orlyk

A Jack Russell Terrier named Patron has become a popular social media celebrity in Ukraine, thanks to his efforts detecting landmines.

Library For All’s Ukraine collection includes a children’s book about Patron, with the double benefits of engaging children with a popular public figure and raising their awareness of unexploded ordnances.

EXPLORE OUR COLLECTION
Germs Like to Play Hide and Seek

By Chanmaly Panyaphone

Education In Emergencies

Greetings! From a Distance

By Dr Zewlan Moor

Education In Emergencies

Unbelievable! Learn about Misinformation

By Sophia Evans

Education In Emergencies

The Bee is Feeling

By Michelle Wanasundera

Education In Emergencies